The Digital Networker - Learn how to be relevant online (Intermediate) WEBI...

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Everyone is checking you out online – what impression are you making? Your network expects to connect with you on and offline – are you prepared? Do you have a strategy? You can build strong networks by taking your personal brand online – reaching across the city, the country and the globe. Connection is still at the centre of building rapport, but let’s consider the not so subtle differences that exist as we network in the digital space.

Prepare for connection:

Google yourself – the importance of a consistent online personal brand

Discussion of what you will find, where to look, what it all means. Also – how to fix or lessen the effect of the less consistent or flattering information.

Profiles – the need for consistent – well filled out profiles. Tidying up social media profiles, association profiles and community page listing. Also – the effectiveness of Facebook group profiles. Security –what people need and expect to see.

Images – the importance of a great headshot – also covering what types of images are great to share, tagging and linking.

Leveraging the offline online:

Events – Showing up in person is only a third of the job! How to check in – why you should and the etiquette of tagging. Adding to event stories – a new feature you can leverage right now.

Strategy – considering who you want to connect with and how to find them, appeal to them and make it mutually beneficial.

Systemised follow up – ways to keep motivated and stay on track and up to date.

Staying relevant:

Contribute to stay front of mind – add value and not noise. Be the one they refer and come to for referrals.


We will send a link to the platform we will be using for the Online Workshop directly to your email.

You will also need a reliable internet connection, a quiet space to tune into the workshop, and a set of headphones (optional).


Sharron has a passion for helping people to achieve greater clarity around their personal brand—inside and out—and to ensure they have the mind-set in place to put the best version of themselves out in the world, be they returning to work, running a business, employed or even exiting the prison system.

With a background in corporate and as a small business owner, Sharron knows the power that lay in effectively establishing your networks on and offline to leverage your personal brand and has completed further training and gained the qualifications to support her sharing this assertion. She has also coached hundreds of business owners and their teams in the art of great networking for increased connection and referrals.

As an established speaker and presenter, Sharron has been interviewed on 6PR, Triple M Melbourne, Business Radio 101 and Twin Cities FM, 92.9 HIT FM, Curtin FM, Launceston FM, 7SD FM, Territory FM, Boss Mode Radio as well as the Key To Authority Podcast series.

A co-author of the Amazon best seller – “Sell Your Story”, she has gone on to write a regular column on Networking for Swan Magazine as well as contributing to The West Australian.

Sharron is also a regular contributor on Channel Nine's 'The Pulse' segment within Nine Live News.

Regularly attending and presenting at networking events across Perth, she’s excited to share her insights with you as you take things online.
Sharron Attwood

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